The MyHeritage Smart Matching feature already looked for matches between people in your tree and the 1.3 billion profiles on MyHeritage. The new Record Matching tool finds matches in historical records on MyHeritage and other sites, and it quite accurately detects matches, even if the names aren’t spelled exactly the same. Record Matching is the only automated genealogy search that finds matches in textual sources, such as newspaper articles and books.
3. Use another program to generate a GEDCOM file and upload it.
A subscription to World Vital Records, which is owned by MyHeritage, includes a complimentary MyHeritage Data Subscription. World Vital Records costs $16.25 a month or $89.99 a year. Now, family trees on Geni, which MyHeritage acquired last year, also return Record Matches as well as Smart Matches.